Child Cries When Faced With The Reality Of Being Kyle Orton

Growing up, we’ve all pretended to be a professional athlete. And if we’re honest, we’ve all had to pretend to be a professional athlete that we really didn’t want to be. It’s called taking one for the imaginary team. That lesson is one that today’s youth haven’t learned. They want to be who they want […]

Are You Ready For The iPhone App That Has Everyone Buzzing?

If you’re not one of the millions of people that have been annoyed by the constant blowing of vuvuzelas while you’re trying to take in a match during the World Cup, well my friend, you need to have your head examined. And since you obviously need to have your head examined, I’m sure pretty sure […]

The Glory Lines 6/16/10

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! They make it ’cause we buy it: NASCAR fruit baskets (From the Marbles) Albert Haynesworth will skip minicamp, wants trade (Washington Post) EXCLUSIVE: Pac-10 to Add Utah (CSN Bay Area) Jazz […]

Why history favors the Celtics

The Boston Celtics franchise is the most storied in NBA history. Since joining the NBA in 1950, the Celtics have won 17 NBA championships and been a part of over 31 conference finals. Larry Bird, Bob Cousy, Bill Russell are just a few of the Hall of Famers that played with Boston. Along with having […]

As If There Aren’t Enough Stats To Track, We’re Now Keeping Track Of Who Complains The Most About Fouls

It should be pretty obvious that I’m not much of stats guy. I prefer to make my judgment about a player or a team because of what I see. Besides, I have enough numbers to obsess over in my real life. So I have no need for ERAs, YAC, and PPG in my sports life. […]

Avery Johnson Introduced As Nets’ New Coach

Avery Johnson was officially introduced as the New Jersey Nets new head on coach earlier today. Johnson accrued an overall record of 194-70 overall as a head coach, with all of his previous head coaching experience coming with the Dallas Mavericks; he spent 3+ seasons there. After a successful tenure in Dallas, which included a […]

Is This In The Future For USC?

USC better hope they win their appeal because it’s not looking good. Thirty scholarships for three years and a two year bowl ban will cripple their program. Even though Pete Carroll gets away without penalty, Lane Kiffin deserves to be in this position. I’m sure Tennessee fans are rejoicing about this. Have some breaking news […]

Touchdown Jesus Struck By Lightning, Goes Down In Flames

The iconic statue in Ohio dubbed, “Touchdown Jesus” was hit by lightning last night. And from there, it was engulfed in flames. The lightning strike set the statue ablaze around 11:15 p.m., Monroe police dispatchers said.The sculpture, 62 feet tall and 40 feet wide at the base, showed Jesus from the torso up and was […]

The Glory Lines 6/15/10

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Holy PGA Golfer Swamp Ass, Batman! (Sportress of Blogitude) The Rangers are working hard to get Roy Oswalt (Hardball Talk) Texas remains in Big 12 Conference (University of Texas) Sir Charles […]

Miami AD Says Move To SEC Won’t Happen Due To One Team

Miami AD Kirby Hocutt was on The Jorge Sedano Show in Miami and discussed a number of topics. When Hocutt was asked about Miami and SEC expansion, he threw jabs at a certain school. “There are certain schools in the SEC that won’t play us now, Jorge, so I don’t know why they would be […]

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